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... My Cardiologist does not prescribe Cymbalta widely also. ... (21 replies)
... bout 8 hours or so,they had no problem at all going to every 8 with me,we even had to go to the 3 times per day dosing in order for me to just have some "stable' pain control with the OC. its the nature of that particular med. it just does NOT last what perdue states it does,no way no how. ... (21 replies)
... My doc thought switching to Cymbalta was a good idea but didn't want to RX it at the time because I was on 3 other antidepressants. ... (9 replies)

... Hi Janie, I use both neurontin and cymbalta as part of my pain control. ... (5 replies)
... acting such as percocet, may be better for you as far as pain control. I used to be on that dose of percocet 4X's daily, and was still having problems with my pain control. ... (4 replies)
... Hello fellow pain sufferers. I have an advanced neuroaxonal sensory motor peripheral neuropathy, and after years of non narcotic drugs I ended up on narcotics to control neuropathic pain the last ten years. ... (2 replies)
Pain and Cymbalta
Feb 27, 2011
... If SSI's cause mood blunting, then Cymbalta will as well. ... (36 replies)
Cymbalta users
Jul 12, 2009
... I see my PM Wednesday and have been thinking of talking to him about Cymbalta as I have had NO luck with any of the nerve meds. ... (14 replies)
Sep 4, 2005
... m and the WDs from this stuff went on for over two weeks.It also increased the normal swelling in my knee that is from RSD.i still have the excess fluid from the cymbalta still floating around myknee cap.My doc said that my body should absorb it at some point. ... (2 replies)
... active regarding your pain control. ... (10 replies)
Cymbalta users
Jul 17, 2009
... went within two weeks when I began Cymbalta so hopefully they'll be the same with the dose increase. ... (14 replies)
... CRPS. Currently I am prescribed oxycodone, amitriptyline, and skelaxin. I have been having very uneven pain control, especially in the evenings when things skyrocket. Since the oxycodone is short acting, I have been having pretty severe ups and downs too. ... (7 replies)
... motor peripheral neuropathy that causes extreme neuropathic pain in my feet, the typical burning, cramping pain so many of you experience. ... (16 replies)
... Each person's medication list will vary of course often by what type of doctor they see and the level of your pain and if it's just limited to the back or other area's of their bodies. What may work for one person will not work for the best. ... (10 replies)
... I have two little kids, and I'm just not able to be nonfunctional due to pain. Both the Lyrica and the Cymbalta that my GP tried gave me horrendous side effects and no pain relief, so that's when they referred me to a pain management doctor. ... (4 replies)
... Again, I wouldn't ask by name or dose, but discuss what is going on and your goals for pain relief. ... (4 replies)
... was nothing he could offer me except a spinal cord stimulator, so in desperation I had it implanted. The sad thing is, when a person has to cope with unrelenting pain and have a life, they will grasp at anything that might help. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Granny, I think this is something we all have to make a decision about, I could certainly have more pain control but I m not willing to spend my day to groggy to drive and falling alseep. ... (6 replies)
... You might want to try some of the other nerve pain meds. ... (21 replies)
... depressant component to it along with the pain med component, so you have to detox off that psychological hold as well as the physical. ... (3 replies)

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